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A company offered a training program to all of its 120 employees. How many employees completed the training?
(1) Of all employees, 30 percent completed more than half of the training.
(2) Of all employees, 30 percent of those who began the training completed it.
Given: A company offered a training program to all of its 120 employees.
Asked: How many employees completed the training?
(1) Of all employees, 30 percent completed more than half of the training.
30% * 120 = 36 employees completed more than half of the training.
Question is asking how many employees completed the training
NOT SUFFICIENT
(2) Of all employees, 30 percent of those who began the training completed it.
There is no mention of how many employees began the training. All the 120 employee were offered the training but there is no mention about how many began the training.
NOT SUFFICIENT
Combining (1) & (2)
(1) Of all employees, 30 percent completed more than half of the training.
30% * 120 = 36 employees completed more than half of the training.
(2) Of all employees, 30 percent of those who began the training completed it.
There is no mention of how many employees began the training. All the 120 employee were offered the training but there is no mention about how many began the training.
NOT SUFFICIENT
IMO E
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